Mark Zuckerberg announced a series of major changes to Facebook while defending his company against a scathing New York Times report.
The Internet Association is taking its case to Whitehall, where members like Facebook, Twitter, and Google face increasing scrutiny.
A series of successful ballot initiatives should create more districts where voters get to choose their representatives—not the other way around.
The tech industry faces a notably less cozy environment in the Senate after election night, but the biggest changes could come under a Democratic House.
If Democrats take back the House on Tuesday, it will have been against all odds thanks to gerrymandering that has skewed so heavily toward Republicans.
Startups like Swing Left and Crush the Midterms seek to maximize volunteers’ impact. On Election Day, they’ll find out if it worked.
About 60 percent of Twitter activity related to the caravan late last week was driven by bots, according to a new tool aimed at news organizations.
The company has spent the equivalent of $12 million on political and issues ads across Facebook and Instagram since May, more than politicians like Beto O’Rourke and Donald Trump.